Several churches collaborate on new exhibit that showcases “Signs of Hope” in Topeka through visual and performing arts. The exhibit opens F…
Motorcycle enthusiasts in Dodge City are hoping to rev up a 100-year-old tradition next year.
Leaders of Syria’s opposition forces got a chance to make their case for increased U.S. support directly with Republican Sen. John McCain wh…
For the second time this year, a fire at sea has aborted a cruise ship’s voyage.
Residents of a small northeast Kansas town are planning to build a baseball museum inside an old water tower tank.
The Department of Transportation is about to set work on the bridge at the U.S. 24 and Topeka Blvd. interchange this Thursday.
Another tornado touched down in Smith County yesterday, and the inside of the storm was caught on camera.
A 33-year-old man is being held on $1 million bail in the 2010 death of a Kansas liquor store owner.
A 14-year-old boy from the Haysville area is believed to have drowned in Wellington Lake.
Kansas legislators are going back to work on tax cuts and the budget, still uncertain when they’ll wrap up their annual session.
Cowley College in Winfield will continue banning concealed weapons inside its buildings and residence halls officials study how to implement…
After several years of political and fiscal wrangling, Kansas officials are preparing to formally break ground on a new federal biodefense l…
Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert went to Marysville after the storm. He said emergency crews and police are on the scene.
Old Abe Camp Number 16 – Sons Of Union Veterans of the Civil War held a Memorial Day service.
Investigators are seeking the cause of a fire that destroyed a vacant flour mill and several rail cars in southwestern Kansas.
Three teenagers are behind bars for vandalizing a Junction City elementary school.
Melissa Jarboe is now organizing a parade scheduled for 11:00 a.m. on November 11th in downtown Topeka.
In Topeka, the Shunga Creek rose a few feet in just a couple of hours… when heavy rains swept through the city.
A power outage didn’t stop people from remembering fallen veterans Monday.
A man cleaning the outside of windows at a northeast Kansas hospital became a patient there after falling three to four stories.
Fallen veterans were honored at the Kansas Veterans’ Cemetery Monday.
Residents of a small western Kansas town are shaking their heads at the twist of fate that spared them from a massive tornado.
Donna Martin took these pictures Monday of high waters along a road and field just east of Eskridge. She says her rain gauge read 3.5 inches…
Monday’s heavy rains played a role in area Memorial Day ceremonies.
A small school district in southeast Kansas is shelving traditional textbooks and paper tests as it goes all-digital beginning this fall.